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Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Bowie, AZ 85605, USA

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About Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

The Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness in Arizona is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. In 1990, the Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System established by the Wilderness Act of 1964. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. There is a diverse terrain of steep mountain slopes, granite outcroppings and vegetated canyon floors.

Attractions Near Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

Dos Cabezas Peaks
Dos Cabezas Peaks7.87km from Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

The Dos Cabezas Mountains are a mountain range in southeasternmost Arizona, United States. The 11,700 acres Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness lies 20 miles east of Willcox and 7 miles south of Bowie in Cochise County. The mountain range's name means Two Heads in Spanish, for the twin granite peaks, Dos Cabezas Peaks, that sit atop the range.

Apache Pass
Apache Pass9.17km from Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

Apache Pass is a historic mountain pass in the U.S. state of Arizona between the Dos Cabezas Mountains and Chiricahua Mountains at an elevation of 5,110 feet. It is approximately 20 miles east-southeast of Willcox, Arizona, in Cochise County.

Willcox Playa Wildife Area
Willcox Playa Wildife Area23.46km from Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

The Willcox Playa is a large endorheic dry lake or sink adjacent to Willcox, Arizona in Cochise County, in the southeast corner of the state. It is part of the Sonoran Desert ecoregion and is the remnant of a Pleistocene era pluvial Lake Cochise. Portions of the dry lake bed have been used as a bombing range by the US military. It was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1966 for its fossil pollen captured underground.

Faraway Ranch Historic District
Faraway Ranch Historic District28.05km from Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

The Faraway Ranch Historic District is part of the Chiricahua National Monument in southeastern Arizona, and preserves an area associated with the final conflicts with the local Apache, one of the last frontier settlements, and in particular, its association with the people who promoted the establishment of the Chiricahua National Monument. Faraway Ranch is located in Bonita Canyon, which lies at an approximate altitude of 5160 feet and opens in a southwesterly direction.

Rex Allen Museum
Rex Allen Museum28.72km from Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

The Rex Allen Museum is located in one of Willcox's oldest commercial buildings. Constructed in the early 1890's of adobe. Allen was an authentic cowboy. Allen was an American film and television actor, singer and songwriter. The museum includes photographs, movie posters, cowboy outfits, records, musical instruments and other memorabilia. The Willcox Cowboy Hall of Fame features portraits of area old-time cowboys who worked in the ranch industry.

Rhyolite Canyon
Rhyolite Canyon29.22km from Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

Rhyolite Canyon Trail is an out-and-back trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near San Simon, Arizona.The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Where is Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness

Discover More Attractions in Cochise County, Where Dos Cabezas Mountains Wilderness Is Located

Cochise County
Cochise County
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Cochise County is a county in the southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Arizona. Here are great outdoor opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, camping, picnicking, & bird watching. This County also has great opportunities for peaceful relaxation, particularly at the many Inns, B&B's, & guest ranches. Whether it's adventure or tranquility you seek, you can easily find it here.